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Laguna Hills Half Marathon – The Ultimate Sacrifice

By | 2019-05-28T21:55:10+00:00 May 27th, 2019|Half Marathons, Running|

The Laguna Hills Half Marathon was in support of the 3rd Marines, 5th Battalion of the United States Marine Corp.  It was a gorgeous day spent with the family honoring one of the most decorated infantry battalions in the USMC.

Vermont Sun Half Marathon – Endless Beauty

By | 2019-06-25T17:42:03+00:00 September 23rd, 2018|Half Marathons, Running|

Date: 9/23/2018 Results: 1:42:54 Race/State: Race #48, State #22 The Vermont Sun Half Marathon is set in one of the most beautiful places on earth, well Vermont!  I spent at least five minutes stopping to take pictures or just to admire the view.  I truly don't care about fast times if by running fast you miss all that beauty.  Check out a few of the panoramic shots I took, they're at the very bottom. The Four State Challenge Four half marathons in eleven days.  Sounds easy enough when you sitting behind a desk in the comfort of Encinitas, [...]

Dodgers Stadium – A Homecoming for Amy

By | 2018-07-11T19:55:04+00:00 July 1st, 2018|Ballparks|

Date: 7/1/2018 Game Time: 1:05 pm Pacific Time Matchup: Colorado Rockies @ Los Angeles Dodgers Score: Rockies 4, Dodgers 6 >> Link to MLB.com << Visiting Dodgers Stadium was an incredible homecoming for Amy.  She grew up a Dodgers fan and has great memories of family baseball outings.  As for me, I'm a Giants fan.  Since my son and wife a big LA Dodgers fans, I sucked it up and participated in the pilgrimage to the enemies lair.  All kidding aside, we had an amazing time, the stadium is iconic and wonderful, the fans were great and it was [...]

Go! St. Louis Half Marathon – The Cards and a Bud

By | 2019-05-28T19:10:37+00:00 April 8th, 2018|Half Marathons, Running|

The Go! St. Louis Half Marathon is a great way to see the city of St. Louis.  The race starts under the Gateway Arch, winds into East St. Louis, over two bridges, through all the districts and finishes where it began.